Cars Reviews » 2016 » 2016 Infiniti QX50 price, specs, dimensions
Infiniti’s entry-level luxury crossover continues mostly unchanged for next year. However, word mostly hides a few things of its own. 2016 Infiniti QX50 has finally grew in size which is supposed to fix the cramped rear and, ultimately enhance the sales figures. The Infiniti QX50 wasn’t that popular car in the States, but things should change a bit now, since it gets some more room around the back. Still, it is a fine compact luxury crossover SUV with lots of power and entry-level luxury refinement which comes at a reasonable price.
2016 Infiniti QX50 redesign
As already mentioned, the new Infiniti QX50 2016 which was already presented for Chinese market, grew 3.2 inches in its wheelbase. Otherwise, new model carries over without any significant design changes. Front end still features the same stripe grille and laid-back, slightly upswept modern headlamps. There’s nothing new to its midsection as well, and around the back, crossover gets hatchback’s tail-gate with oval tail-lights and uninspiring bumper. There are seven 2016 Infiniti QX50 colors available for new model: Black Obsidian, Graphite Shadow, Liquid Platinum, Malbec Black, Midnight Garnet, Moonlight White and new Hagane Blue.
|2016 Infiniti QX50 dimensions|
|Overall length (in.)||186.8|
|Overall width (in.)||71.0|
|Overall height (in.)||without roof rails 62.7
with roof rails 63.5
|Minimum ground clearance (in.)||FWD 6.9
|Cargo volume (cubic feet, w/2nd row seats up)||18.6|
|Coefficient of drag (Cd)||0.33|
Interior continues without any significant revisions as well. Like every Infiniti ‘s crossover, the 2016 Infiniti QX50 also features somewhat large dashboard with protruded midsection. Control panel gets the standard 7-inch color monitor which can be upgraded to touch screen display with hard drive storage for 3-D navigation maps on top, Journey grade. All models get leather upholstery, but base rear-wheel drive models don’t get heated front seats for some reason. Apart from better touch screen display, Premium package adds Bose 11-speaker premium sound system to replace basic 6-speaker one. Even though cargo space is bound to remain the same (small, that is), at least from now on, passengers in rear seat will have a few problems less to worry about thanks to wheelbase’s prolongment. Finally, safety features include a rearview camera with optional around view monitor, blind spot warnings, lane departure warning, forward collision warning and adaptive cruise control.
|Head room (in.)||38.7||37.7|
|Shoulder room (in.)||54.8||55.0|
|Hip room (in.)||52.9||49.4|
|Knee room (in.)||26.2||25.5|
|Leg room (in.)||44.3||35.3|
Infiniti QX50 2016 specs and price
Even though it is on a small side, The new Infiniti QX50 2016 gets rather potent powertrain. Like most of Nissan’s luxury SUV lineup, 2016 Infiniti QX50 gets 3.7L V-6 mill capable of putting up 325 hp and 267 lb-ft of torque. Needless to say, 7-speed automatic transmission is standard as well, and so are both rear and all-wheel drive modes.
|Type||VQ37VHR V6 24-valve|
|Displacement||3.7 liters / 3696 cc|
|Horsepower||325 @ 7,000 rpm|
|Torque (lb-ft)||267 @ 5,200 rpm|
|Bore x stroke (mm)||95.5 x 86.0|
|Maximum engine speed||7,500 rpm|
|Fuel tank (gals.)||20.0|
Base models are rated at 17 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway, while all-wheel drive only lowers highway figure by a point. $35,000 is what you’ll have to pay for base front-wheel drive QX50, while Journey all-wheel drive models cost above $38,000.
2016 Infiniti QX50 price
|QX50||3.7-liter V6 / RWD||$35,000 USD|
|QX50 AWD||3.7-liter V6 / AWD||$36,400 USD|
|QX50 Journey||3.7-liter V6 / RWD||$37,200 USD|
|QX50 AWD Journey||3.7-liter V6 / AWD||$38,600 USD|